For two months I spent my days going to class, grinding on the field, and lifting in the weight room. After all the time I spent working to get better spring football finally arrived. I knew that no matter the cost I would not be denied my chance at becoming the number one linebacker. Then things took a turn for the worst. One week into practice my number was called.
Provided individually tailored basic and advanced flight instruction for UH-60A/L during the day, instrument meteorological, tactical flight conditions, NVG, as well as in a highly technical simulator. Conducted academic training on aircraft systems, tactics, aerodynamics, and flight regulations. Evaluated and certified student’s technical and tactical proficiency, oral knowledge, and flight performance. Performed daily academic briefings and taught classes on a wide variety of UH-60 A/L helicopter mission tasks. Enforced and implemented the Commander’s standardization and safety program by ensuring aircrews adhered to unit standard operating
A trooper is capable of making about one hundred and thirty thousand if he or she is stationed in the right area. There are a few different ways to become qualified to be a State Trooper. One must complete the Field Training Program or have at least two years of experience as a Peace Officer Standards and Training to become qualified. Also other options to become qualified are to a minimum of sixty hours in college or have three years of continuous active military duty in the United States Military. You must at least one of these trainings or educations to become a trooper but the best place to get the training is at the Peace Officer Standards and Training.
“Boot camp itself is an experience. If you can get through two weeks of boot camp, hell you can get through anything in life. Enlisting in the military was one of the biggest adult decisions I had ever made. The military taught me a lot and I met a lot of great people.” stated Tasha Amato. Tasha was describing the life she had while she was in the military and the different experiences that she encountered while she was there.
An Army professional must strive at all times to be a leader and role model to other soldiers in the Army. An Army professional must maintain a strong work ethic and value system. As an integral part of the Army, the HR professional must always be willing and ready to work on any challenge presented to him/her and in a timely manner. There are times when issues arise that are time sensitive and it is the responsibility of the HR professional to put in the work to get the job done. From an outsider’s perspective, the HR professional may not seem to be important, but all of the professional roles in the Army are important and necessary to get the job done.
After I graduate high school I will be leaving to boot camp for 13 weeks. I will go to Paris Island, South Carolina. I will train and earn the title of a marine I will do something different each week I’m there. I will not be able to call my parents I will only be able to write to them. After the 13 weeks is over I will graduate from marine boot camp my family and friends will be able to come and see me graduate.
Careers and College Research Paper Following high school I would like to join the Navy and become a Navy Seal. The Navy Seals is one the few special forces the Navy has to offer. Seals stands for SEA, Air, and Land. This program has a very a high standard of physical fitness and mental toughness. This career requires at least six years of service before a member can retire.
As professional leader in the Human Resources Sergeant’s role, we have a responsibility to maintain our expertise so that we can continue to develop our junior enlisted Soldiers. We do this by continuing to train and develop our skills by learning the new systems and new processes so we can train Soldiers, new and old, to continue to be effective in their role as Human Resources Specialists and Sergeants. We have to influence our senior leadership to improve processes that are not working for the organization. In my experience, Soldiers feel a sense of purpose when they are contributing to the organization by doing their Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) and not just coming to drill one weekend a month. If we as Human Resources Sergeants do not understand our jobs, how can we teach or instill a sense of purpose to the junior enlisted
Some pros could be, leadership training because, upcoming soldiers are taught to take responsibility for other. For example, the army influencing other to overcome difficult obstacles, such as fighting for our country. So the us, civilians, don’t really have to worry as much. Another is, self direction. I say self direction as a pro because, being in the Army can help you by, after being hopefully honorably discharged.
Meriam Webster defines profession as “a type of job that requires special education, training, or skill.” With that being said, to be a professional means that you have to be educated, well trained, and exhibit competent skills in the workplace. The Army profession however, is not just a job, but rather a noble calling. Unlike a job in which an individual is normally enticed with benefits and other employee perks to join an organization, an Army professional must have a strong inclination to serve his or her country, especially when its main duty is to provide security and defense to the society. An Army professional therefore, is an individual that has meet the Army’s standard of competence, character, and commitment. The American people